Pediatric Nursing / Edition 1by Martha Velasco-Whetsell, Douglas A. Coffin, Meg Selene Marcus, Teresa L. Rudes, Cynthia G. Hunt
Pub. Date: 12/28/1999
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Pediatric Nursing focuses on the important topic areas essential to the undergraduate study of child care. The opening section on effective study habits stresses the value of critical thinking,and provides a strong framework for approaching the chapter material. Look to this unique learning tool for detailed,yet easy-to-grasp coverage of: pain management techniques; normal growth and development; cross-cultural perspectives; and much more. In addition,this valuable resource is filled with comprehension-building pedagogy throughout,including: clear illustrations; margin notes; chapter outlines; review questions; a glossary of key terms; and annotated references to help you master concepts quickly and confidently for both classroom and clinical application. As a Core Textbook,the content is totally centered on the needs of students while also addressing the needs of the nurse practitioner seeking a refresher in pediatric nursing. The coverage is succinct,the margin notes explain key concepts,and the writing is clear.
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